Superrick vs. The Madprofessor

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  1. The Midnight Skulker, Mar 11, 2015

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    I suggest it is you who have missed my point. A food fight IMHO consists of two (or more) factions continuously launching multiple salvos of material designed for use as a nutritional supplement rather than as ammunition for an attack. For Consumer Reports to be having a food fight the manufacturer of the maligned product would have to respond with an attack on the magazine, with or without a defense of its product. The magazine would then have to respond to the response with an attack on the manufacturer, with or without further criticism of the product. The manufacturer would then ... etc.

    The Mad Professor is a lying sack of organic waste material. I get it. In fact I got it back on Page 1 of this thread. "Get it" is an absolute; I either get it or I don't, and by this time if I haven't gotten it I probably never will, so I don't need to keep hearing the same thing ad infinitum. YMMV
     
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  2. superrick, Mar 11, 2015

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    Well we all need the lemmings to a certain point, to keep the casinos in business. I really don't care about them, they will not even try to learn about the game and how to play it. What I do care about is the players that come to these type of boards trying to get some good information to improve their chance of winning, only to find a bunch of fiction that they think is the real deal, because no one is speaking out against it.

    It seems the the so-called DI's are just suckers for fiction, they eat it up. Even where good old common sense should tell them, hey wait one minute this just doesn't sound right. They love the dream of winning hundreds of thousands of dollars a year off the craps table. That goes along with all of that great food and comp trips that these fiction writers are writing about.


    Basically, these fiction writers are committing a crime against all of us that try to help players out.


    Every time you write a very good post telling the players what really happens on the craps tables, you have five fiction writers trying to sell what they are pushing.

    Some of these guys write for self promotion, to sell their classes, others write because they put themselves up on a pedestal, so the can preach to their followers. Their writing is so outrageous that nobody should even think about believing it.

    They tell the craps playing world that they make their living from only playing craps and they take hundreds of thousands of dollars a year off the tables.
    We all have a tendency to forget that what we are reading is not direct at just us personally.

    The truth of the matter is Midnight Skulker, I feel sorry for you if you are so compelled to read this thread. I know that you have it all figured out. Yes the Madprofessor is a fiction writer, you get it, but the other guys that come to this board that know nothing about him and probably thinks he is the real thing. After all he is a great fiction writer, there is no doubt about it. The guy is very entertaining, especially if you want to know anything about the concert circuit in Ontario, Canada.

    So do as I said to do,.. use self censorship and never click on this thread again. Trust me, I hate writing about this, but see way to many guys being sucked in to all of his great fiction.

    These self promoting DI's that are teaching becoming a DI are always using his fiction to sell their classes.

    They can't wait to get a post up about that great roll that they just had, but they didn't tell everybody about the so-called random roller that just out shot them on the table they were playing on.


    If your a member on a DI board and you write what you believe that doesn't go along with what these so-called experts that run these one of these axis DI schools they will kick you off of their board.


    Please remember this board is for the education of all that come here, not just for the guys that know everything about the game and what is really happening in the dice playing community!
     
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  3. Liman

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    A fool and his money are soon parted.

    People who believe what they read on the internet are already lost, if they want to donate money to the church of DI or the church of Mr. KNow it all craps god, no one should stand in their way.
    Its a good lesson for them, it will smarten them right up. Learn them sumptun.

    Im still stuck on afterglow fees. I find it as unbelievable as someone sending money to the Nigerian govt official who has 50 million American dollars on hold for them.
     
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  4. tabletop123, Mar 11, 2015

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    Liman, You're stuck on the After Glow Fees? Well instead of Sticking you a little more, let me go ahead & "Cattle Prod" you with This: To my Knowledge, There has Only been 1 Winning Session out of all of Those Students That Payed The Outrageous "After Glow" Fees!!!! LOL. Stupid is as Stupid Does, Huh?
     
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  5. Liman

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    well, I say kudos to the men or women that can get people to pay them to hang out with them.
    Only talking craps here, not any other profession, for all the smarty pants here.
     
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  6. The Midnight Skulker, Mar 11, 2015

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    Perhaps we both have misinterpreted some remarks. I started our food fight by asking Jacob if there were an Ignore Thread function in this forum's software and was chided for that inquiry by Harley. You picked up on my response to Harley and the battle began.

    I am not suggesting that you cease and desist. In fact I rather admire your persistence, for as I said previously I am a "one and done" guy. But as you said above I have been saved -- Hallelujah! -- and require no additional lessons. Self censorship is doable; Ignore Thread would be more convenient.

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    (BTW might I request at least one salvo of lemon meringue pie in our next encounter? It is my favorite confection.)
     
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    Do you have a Batman or Superman outfit to protect us from the evil doers?
    Sounds like it would fit you and Harley.

    Fred
     
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  8. superrick, Mar 13, 2015

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    Theres a reoccurring theme on Dice Institute.

    We all see it time after time, where the great fiction writer The Madprofesser writes a trip report and tells the world how he loved the tables at a casino he said he played in away from his home base, no come to think about it, I take that back!
    Some of the time what he writes about even in his own backyard doesn't hold true, when you read trip reports from others that have played in the casinos where he says he plays all the time!

    When I did my trip to Philly, I played at the Sugarhouse Casino and I couldn't find any time that they didn't have full tables that were jammed packed with a bunch of street playing craps fools. They all thought that they were still playing street craps, on bouncy tables. I never write about the table bounce when I'm writing about any casino. The one thing I try to do is let the players find out for themselves how the tables are in any casino I go to.

    The reoccurring theme on Dice Institute is what The Madprofesser writes about the conditions he finds in his little trip reports don't match up to what real players write about the same casinos.

    This has been brought up to me many times by other DI's that love to read the great fiction The Madprofesser writes, they don't want to be banned from the boards he post on, so they never post about his BS! With that said lets look at a few post about the casinos in Philly.

    After my good buddy the worlds greatest fiction writer on the game of craps did a trip report about the casinos in Philly I spent 11 days there and like usual, I was laughing about what he wrote! It just didn't match up to what I experienced when I was there but I had to wait till someone else posted about what they found when they played there!

    Lets see what they had to say about the Sugarhouse Casino!

    http://diceinstitute.maxforum.org/2012/12/17/phili-weekend/#post9

    Please start at post # 0 for your reading pleasure, I wouldn't want you to miss anything.

    Then you can always read what I wrote about it!

    http://procraps4u2.myfanforum.org/about1014.html&highlight=sugar house casino

    Now we can go back in time as see The Madprofesser's great piece of fiction he wrote about it!

    http://diceinstitute.maxforum.org/2010/09/27/at-the-tables-with-the-mad-professor/page52/
    You need to read post #1022 I guess that when he wrote that post his crackberry wasn't working, so his BS was fragmented!

    Oh by the way please read post # 1027 where he said he was playing on [The HighBuck Table.] I guess that a high-buck table in Canada is a $25 table, as that is the highest limit table they had there at the Sugarhouse casino!

    I got to say he is one of the most prolific fiction writer on the game of craps and is very entertaining.
    The problem I see with what he writes is some players believe this BS, and when they go to the tables it cost them money!

    Will The Real Madprofessor, and let's not forget The DeadCat Please Stand Up!!!!
     
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    I don't know what Mad professor posted, I don't know him, nor do I know rick, (cannot get ricks link), but I played at each casino in Philly, and by far, sugarhouse is not one I would ever visit again.
    I posted about it somewhere. I would not go there again at night.
    I would only valet my car.(I wouldn't go anymore based on my experience, which wasn't that bad, but my relatives in philly recommend I stay clear of that place)
    The game was so slow only because there was 10 times as much money on prop and the center bets as there were on pass line, or don't pass line/place bets, or lay bets.
    And Im not talking 1 dollar betting, Im talking green and black betting on every prop bet, Ive never seen anything like it.
    I didn't have a problem with the people in the casino, but I sense that the area and a lot of the clientele are not my cup of tea.
    Im sure there are just as many undesirables in vegas and AC, but they blend in better Im sure.
    Harrahs in chester is in a war zone, but the clientele was much better.
    As least in my opinion. Its only my opinion.
     
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    You're right. Sugarhouse has a bad rep because of home robberies after people have big wins. The perps watch the cage for big wins, then trail you home and rob you. I don't understand how the police and the casino ignore this.

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  12. KokomoJoe4, Mar 13, 2015

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    Saw several surveillance camera threads from Philly, where a lucky person at the cage is being watched by some keen observers, who apparently then follow the big winner home.

    I know a lot of cops and most are great people. They generally know how to separate the wheat from the chaff. But often, their superiors/politicians tie them up with a lot of bullshit.

    In the case of these types of pretty common robberies,most of the cops are probably attending required cultural education classes. But hey, concealed weapons are legal in PA. I suspect that showing the right size weapon might work as well as a cop.
     
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  13. Liman

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    I don't want to go way off topic, but I also don't want to discredit the sugarhouse casino staff.
    they were not slow, the game was slow.
    Every single roll, 9 people at the table were tossing in chips, put 5 on yo, put 5 on red, put 10 onaces , and so on and so on. Each player, and the dealer has to set up each bet each roll. And when they hit, its pay off time, and then twice as much as the players press, change their mind, wow.
     
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  14. Harley, Apr 11, 2015

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